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Some scabbards to check:
Some scabbards to check:
*Pin and Tulip crowbar holster (doesn't seem to conflict with anything)
*bandolier (sash?)
*bandolier (sash?)
*black leather wristband (bracelet?)
==See also==
==See also==

Revision as of 02:59, 15 December 2018

Everything you can wear can be attributed to a layer, a sort of virtual slot where you can fit a certain number of items.

Every time you try to wear an item but can't because you are wearing another item, these two items are in the same slot. Most layers can only fit one item, but some slots can contain more.

Such worn items can be armours, scabbards, clothing, containers or jewellery.

Items that are held like weapons and shields or just carried can also be said to be in a layer of their own. The primary purpose of those special layers is not to describe what individual items fit in but rather to specify how many items they can contain, what type of items can be held, etc.

The layer names are arbitrary, usually named for some items within it or their purpose. This means that the name of an item might not always match the layer slot that it actually fits in - for example, a chainmail miniskirt actually fits in the suspender-belt slot since it conflicts with those items, not the miniskirt slot. Also, some pieces of armour or clothing occupy multiple slots, such as the offler-headed mask, which counts as both a helm and a mask.

Each layer covers particular parts (or zones) of your body, or none at all. You can find out which zones a given items covers with the coverage command. When you're hit in combat in a particular zone, items covering it will be damaged.

List of Layers

Wearable things are worn in specific layers on the body. You can wear:

Type Max worn Coverage
(Body parts covered)
Nb of
body parts
apron 1 abdomen chest 2 aprons, overskirts
anklet 2 0 anklets, ankle scabbards
armband 2 arms 1 armbands, armband pouches, wrist sheaths (though they don't cover anything), wristbands
backpack 2 back chest 2 (back containers): backpacks, packs, carpetbags, carryalls, bags, sea bags, duffel bags, satchels, bookbag, rucksacks, knapsack, baskets, back scabbards
backplate 1 back 1 backplates, some combination armours
belly stone 1 0 belly stones, navel studs, belly chains
belt 2 0 belts, belt loops, sword scabbards
bicep 2 0 crowbar holster
boots 1 feet 1 boots, sandals, shoes
bra 1 chest 1 bras, brassieres, bikini tops, corsets, halters, halter tops
bracelet 4 0 bracelets, bangles, pin cushions, forearm sheaths, soft fluffy ball
bracers 1 arms 1 bracers, vambraces, wristlets
breastplate 1 abdomen chest 2 breastplates, some combination armours
brooch 15 0 brooches, badges, family crests, cravat pins
cloak 1 abdomen arms back chest legs 5 cloaks, capes, trenchcoats
coif 1 hair head neck 3 coifs
collar 1 neck 1 collars, chokers, bevors, neckirons, gorgets
cuirass 1 abdomen back chest 3 cuirasses
dress 1 abdomen arms back chest legs 5 dresses, gowns, lab coats, kirtles
earring 2 0 single earrings, pairs of earrings
eyebrow pin 2 0 eyebrow pins, eyebrow barbells
gloves 1 hands 1 gloves, gauntlets, mittens, knuckle-dusters
goggles 1 eyes 1 goggles
greaves 1 legs 1 greaves
hair clip 1 0 clips, some hairclips, ribbons, headbands
hairpin[1] 1 0 hairpins
hat 1 hair head 2 hats, caps, turbans, big clothing shop ears, some hairclips
hauberk 1 abdomen arms back chest legs 5 hauberks
helm 1 hair head 2 helms, helmets
jacket 1 arms back chest 3 jackets, coats, grflx scale
kimono 1 abdomen arms back chest legs 5 kimonos
leggings 1 abdomen legs 2 leggings, pants, trousers, breeches, hosen, jumpsuits
lip ring 1 0 lip rings, labrets, lip studs
mask 1 face 1 masks, some helmets
miniskirt 1 abdomen legs 2 short leather miniskirt
necklace 5 0 necklaces, neck pouches, amulets, medallions, pendants, lockets, necklets, torcs
nipple ring 2 0 nipple rings, nipple pins, nippleshields
nose ring 2 0 nose rings, nose studs
pouched belt 1 0 pouched belts
ring 8 0 rings, thimbles
robe 1 abdomen arms back chest legs 5 robes
sash 1 0 sashes
shirt 2 arms back chest 3 shirts, jumpsuits, blouses, tunics
side 2 0 dagger/knife scabbards, some sword scabbards, penholders, brush case
shoulder 2 chest 1 shoulder pouches
skirt 1 abdomen legs 2 skirts, some miniskirts, kilts
socks 1 feet 1 socks
stockings 1 feet legs 2 stockings
scarf 1 neck 1 scarves, stoles
suspender belt 1 abdomen 1 suspender belts, protectives, some miniskirts
tail ≥9 0 big clothing shop tails
thigh 2 0 garters, thigh sheathes
toe ring 8 0 toe rings
tool belt 1 0 tool belts, utility belts
ug-top 1 back chest 2 bikini tops, halters, and brassieres from Ug Ogg
undershirt 1 back chest 2 undershirts
underskirt 1 abdomen legs 2 padded underskirt from Ug Ogg
underwear 1 abdomen 1 underwear, panties, boxers, bikini bottoms
waistcoat 1 back chest 2 waistcoats, bodices, vests
Type Max worn Coverage
(Body parts covered)
Nb of
body parts

Note that you can only have up to 50 items in your immediate inventory (worn, held, or carried), so it's not actually possible to have every slot entirely full.

  1. This doesn't take up the same slot as a hair clip.

Some scabbards to check:

  • bandolier (sash?)
  • negligee

See also